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    This is a south bend bed turret. It's also been...

    This is a south bend bed turret. It's also been bolted to a riser block.

    http://www.mwdropbox.com/dropbox/10L_turret1.jpg
  2. You could probably find one just like it for not...

    You could probably find one just like it for not much more, these go pretty cheap these days. If I were to sell it to you, I'd
    have to put it back in the same condition as it was when I bought it...
  3. That's a hardinge UM miller. An $800 wreck ...

    That's a hardinge UM miller. An $800 wreck that I bought from dave sobel about 25 years ago.
    I even have a b'port M head that fits on it, but I never mount that up anymore. No need.
  4. Low headroom special: ...

    Low headroom special:

    http://www.mwdropbox.com/RCM-gallery/files/Rozen,Jim/Nshop3.jpg
  5. "The only ONE that matters is that a new Widow is...

    "The only ONE that matters is that a new Widow is trying to resolve what HAD BEEN a joy to her late husband, but has now become a burdensome and time-consuming chore to her - there's more to wrapping...
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    Not to mention, a poor husband.

    Not to mention, a poor husband.
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    That's a fast motor for a rotary.... :)

    That's a fast motor for a rotary....

    :)
  8. It's an underneath drive (cast iron base) 10L...

    It's an underneath drive (cast iron base) 10L with a single tumber gearbox. Not the fanciest
    but they work.
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    For an object lesson talk to CJD, the person who...

    For an object lesson talk to CJD, the person who started this thread.
  10. [QUOTE=CarbideBob;3478096]Why do so many long...

    [QUOTE=CarbideBob;3478096]Why do so many long time machinists turn out to be grumpy and intolerant?

    You kids get off my lawn with your junky grizzley machines.
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    [QUOTE=TheMetrologist;3477854] Look closely at...

    Look closely at the manual for the scroll pump. The input voltage will have a tolerance range.

    I doubt it is running on 220, or 230 volt three phase right now. Most industrial locations supply...
  12. My first 10L looked pretty much like this, did...

    My first 10L looked pretty much like this, did not have the taper attachment. It cost $800.

    30 years ago.

    Do it.
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    [QUOTE=Tony Quiring;3477931] Op reports a 0.009...

    [QUOTE=Tony Quiring;3477931]
    Op reports a 0.009 taper turning between centers, that is what he is seeing.

    Nope. He's holding one end in a chuck and one end in a tailstock center. This never...
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    [QUOTE=TheMetrologist;3477648]I have owned a...

    [QUOTE=TheMetrologist;3477648]I have owned a Hitachi Scroll compressor since 2013 that was originally hooked up to 3-phase 208 at my old lab.
    Currently I am moving the unit to a new location where...
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    [QUOTE=steve-l;3477806]You are correct in stating...

    [QUOTE=steve-l;3477806]You are correct in stating that you do not need them very often, but when you do, there is no substitute with the single exception of a tracer unit.

    Turning between...
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    Er, you *are* turning it between centers, right? ...

    Er, you *are* turning it between centers, right? None of this idiocy of jamming the part in
    a chuck, and then putting a tailstock center in the other end.

    Right?
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    Razor of Occam.

    Razor of Occam.
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    An interesting discussion: Link between...

    An interesting discussion:

    Link between Aluminum and the Pathogenesis of Alzheimer's Disease: The Integration of the Aluminum and Amyloid Cascade Hypotheses

    British researchers fail to find...
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    My understanding is the link to aluminum has been...

    My understanding is the link to aluminum has been debunked. The studies implicating aluminum were flawed.
    The stain they used to examine cells contained aluminum.
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    The resistance readings you quote, are with the...

    The resistance readings you quote, are with the machine unplugged, and all devices in the
    machine "off" correct?

    There should be a very high resistance between *both* blades of the 120 volt...
  21. Seems like it does not get much use these days,...

    Seems like it does not get much use these days, which is a shame. I prefer seeing one of
    this covered with chips.

    The ability to make custom castings, was the genesis of this miller. ...
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    I went out of my way to get a short bed 10L...

    I went out of my way to get a short bed 10L without a taper attachment. The TA adds considerable depth requirement for the
    machine, and is a seldom used accessory. The short bed, likewise fit in...
  23. Yes, WD-40 is basically stoddard solvent.

    Yes, WD-40 is basically stoddard solvent.
  24. This picture here. It's supposed to go in the...

    This picture here. It's supposed to go in the top lever, in the oiler hole there. Keeps junk out. Machines missing flip up oilers
    or a plug in the right place, eventually have the bushings and...
  25. Boy you don't quit, do you? Amazing stuff. ...

    Boy you don't quit, do you?

    Amazing stuff. Couple of comments about lube:

    1) you can buy brand new oiler cups. Those really dress up a machine.

    2) be sure all the flip top oiler...
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